“Get a Grammar Book Bro!”- Jake Paul Leaks Jorge Masvidal’s Private Chat and Ridicules His English

Published 09/09/2021, 9:10 AM EDT


Jake Paul recently picked up his fourth professional boxing win against former UFC champion Tyron Woodley via split decision. And although there is a possibility of a rematch between the two, it looks like the YouTuber turned professional boxer already has another opponent in mind; UFC welterweight Jorge Masvidal. 

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Oddly enough, both Jake Paul and Masvidal seemed quite friendly ahead of Paul’s third boxing bout against Ben Askren. ‘Gamebred’, who has one of the most spectacular knockouts in the UFC against Askren, gave Paul a few tips ahead of the bout, even making a video call appearance at the press conference to help Jake Paul get a mental edge over his opponent. 

However, ever since Masvidal predicted Tyron Woodley would not only win against Paul but also knock him out, their relationship seems to have gone sideways.  

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In a recent appearance on the Full Send podcast, Paul, infamous for his incessant trolling, revealed private messages between him and Masvidal, trashing the Miami native for his incorrect use of English.  

“The most recent one is Masvidal and I. Literally in the dm’s just like going at each other. He can’t type, by the way, like really, I want to show you. It’s the weirdest thing, I said ‘Bro you need to get a grammar book because all this writing is f***g your shit up.’ I fight cuz I love it, man, money ain’t shit, I got tons of it. I fight so I can break’ he spelled break wrong ‘fools faces and enjoy the ride. You know you could ever see in change’. I think he was drunk when he was..” 


As of now, the animosity between Paul and Masvidal seems to be increasing at a rapid pace. Perhaps a boxing bout between the two could be a possibility soon.

What’s next for Jake Paul?

While most people initially saw Jake Paul’s boxing endeavors as a gimmick, the 24-year-old has quickly become one of the biggest draws in professional boxing. Furthermore, Paul has been stepping up his level of competition with each fight, further solidifying his credibility.

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ATLANTA, GEORGIA – APRIL 17: Jake Paul celebrates after defeating Ben Askren in their cruiserweight bout during Triller Fight Club at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on April 17, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images for Triller)

Following his most recent victory against Tyron Woodley, there are several high-profile boxing bouts that Jake Paul could take on. On top of the list would be a rematch with Woodley, who seems eager to run it back. Another option would be to take on Jorge Masvidal, provided Dana White is willing to let Masvidal compete outside the UFC.

Interestingly, we might even see Jake Paul take on Tommy Fury, Tyson Fury’s younger brother. Both have been jawing at each other for a while. In fact, Tommy Fury fought on the Paul vs Woodley undercard, securing a unanimous decision against Anthony Taylor.

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What do you think? What’s next for Jake Paul? Let us know in the comments.

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David Andrew

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David Andrew is an MMA author at EssentiallySports with a background in English Literature from St. Stephens College. Prior to his current role, David, who combines his passion for writing and combat sports, contributed to the MMA divisions at Sportskeeda and The Sportsrush.

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